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LukeLuke
Is possible without an hardware modify ?

Anyone have make an hardware modify for this problem ?

THANKS

Bye
lardman
Yes it's possible. There was a kernel patch for this (I'm surprised it's not included).


Si
LukeLuke
can you tell me what's the name of the patch ?

THANKS

Bye
LukeLuke
QUOTE(Hrw @ Jul 10 2006, 02:21 AM)


THANKS!

Excuse me but how i can apply this patch? Which is the command and the directory to put ? sad.gif sad.gif sad.gif

THANKS tongue.gif

Bye
LukeLuke
in my linux box i copy the file in /usr/src/linux.

How can i do ?

THANKS

Bye
lardman
You need to setup a cross toolchain.

I'd set up bitbake/OE (http://openembedded.org/) and then alter the recipe so that that patch is applied to the kernel when you build it.

hrw: Why was the patch removed anyway?

Si
Hrw
Enabling this patch require also OPIE patching as ioctl() used to control buzzer is removed so no alarms/keyclick/touchscreenclicks. Quality of buzzer sound is also very low..
LukeLuke
QUOTE(Hrw @ Jul 12 2006, 03:34 AM)
Enabling this patch require also OPIE patching as ioctl() used to control buzzer is removed so no alarms/keyclick/touchscreenclicks. Quality of buzzer sound is also very low..
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Excuse me, but i don't understand how i can apply this patch...

can you explain me????

Thanks

Bye
Luca
Ferret-Simpson
I'm sure there was a much easier system involving a little speaker soldered to a jack plug. I think they were on sale somewhere. . . Anyone got any information on this? It just plugged into the headphone socket and meant you didn't need to recompile the kernel. (Something my friends all consider to be the linux equivalent of restarting their windows machines.)
Jon_J
QUOTE(Ferret-Simpson @ Jul 19 2006, 04:25 AM)
I'm sure there was a much easier system involving a little speaker soldered to a jack plug. I think they were on sale somewhere. . . Anyone got any information on this? It just plugged into the headphone socket and meant you didn't need to recompile the kernel. (Something my friends all consider to be the linux equivalent of restarting their windows machines.)
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I found this in my bookmarks, the page is still available, but is old.
http://www.zymurgy.net/zaurus.html
"Sharp Zaurus SL-5000D Speaker Project"
Ferret-Simpson
That's the mucker.
LukeLuke
on my PC this url is brocken !

Bye
lardman
LukeLuke, what are you trying to achieve?

Although the kernel hack is cool, the sound is rubbish - like a poorly tuned AM radio from what I remember.

I also wonder how much power the headphone mod can produce - you might be better with one of those separate, self-powered, speaker systems.


Si
LukeLuke
mmmmm.....now nothing!!!! ;-)

I sell my 5500 and i'd take a C1000 :-)

Which distro you sudgesting to me ?
lardman
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Which distro you sudgesting to me ?


OpenZaurus of course wink.gif

or try the Angstrom test images for your Akita/sl-c1000: http://www.angstrom-distribution.org/unsta...20060725/akita/


Si
Ferret-Simpson
OpenZaurus with GPE
PdaXrom
koen
QUOTE(lardman @ Jul 27 2006, 03:43 PM)
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Which distro you sudgesting to me ?


OpenZaurus of course wink.gif

or try the Angstrom test images for your Akita/sl-c1000: http://www.angstrom-distribution.org/unsta...20060725/akita/
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I'd advice picking the latest from http://angstrom-distribution.org/unstable/images/ if you're going to try it. Be sure to keep an eye on http://www.angstrom-distribution.org/
sdjf
QUOTE(LukeLuke @ Jul 27 2006, 03:43 AM)
on my PC this url is brocken !

Bye
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On my sl5500 with Sharp ROM, the URL is working fine! Site must have been temporarily inaccessible.

But I just want to trigger the built-in buzzer from a script without going through qtopia or using qcop2 to do it.

Sigh.

sdjf
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